The M23 Movement has alleged that government troops stormed their bases and attacked them, thus violating the earlier agreement that they had agreed on last month
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta and other region leaders met in Angola on 23 Nov 2022, where they resolved to end the war in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), one of the regions where armed rebels such as M23 terrorize residents.
M23 rebels later released a statement and confirmed that they had paid heed to the resolution from the Angola mini-summit and announced a ceasefire.
A new twist has emerged after the M23 rebels said they had been attacked by the government forces
M23 Movement Spokesperson Lawrence Kanyuka has today tweeted saying they had been attacked inside their bases.
He went further and issued threats, noting that the government is attracting a full-scale war
"The governmental coalition again violated the November 23, 2022 ceasefire by attacking our Se bwiza positions. These attacks could lead to a full-scale war. A Luta continua," he said after a loose translation from French
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